Building the foundations of a happy and healthy workforce
As well as becoming one of only four Platinum Members of the Irish Green Building Council, BAM has introduced wellbeing champions across its business to create awareness around its staff mental health and wellbeing
For over 60 years, BAM has been at the centre of shaping Ireland’s national infrastructure and creating many of our most iconic buildings.
“With best-in-industry capabilities, we help public and private sector clients reduce carbon emissions and enhance sustainability over the lifecycle of their buildings and infrastructure,” Tadhg Lucey, chief operations officer, BAM Ireland, said.
“We employ over 3,000 people directly and indirectly and are a wholly owned subsidiary of Royal BAM...
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Technology can support the delivery of heath services at scale and pace
“I believe that the public consciousness has been awoken to the importance of health and science” says John Ward, Head of Digital & Emerging Technologies at EY
eHealth in its many guises, is trusted and accepted by patients
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Healthcare is a rapidly evolving area
‘Both Covid-19 and the recent cyber-attack have paved the way for significant investment and improvements to the IT infrastructure of the health service’ says Joanelle O’Cleirigh, Partner in the Litigation, Dispute Resolution and Investigations Group in Arthur Cox LLP.